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Sa: 2860 Hi-Flow, Tial Mv-S, Brakes, Brakes, Brakes.


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Clearing out the shed and selling my turbo to make way for something bigger and better.

Brakes, $500 for the lot; negotiable.

All were in good working order when removed, BMC has been kept wet since removal, rear calipers will be basically useless for everyone, but pads and rotors are always handy. Won't separate unless you can find someone else to buy what you don't want/need.

S14 4 pot front calipers w/ all hardware & hard lines

S14 1 pot rear calipers w/ all hardware

RDA S14 slotted front rotors

RDA S14 slotted rear rotors

Nissan rotors to suit R33 (plain)

S14 BM44 NON-ABS

1 set Acre Street Fighter pads (front)

1 set QFM A1RM pads (front)

1 set Genuine Nissan pads (front)

1 set Silverline pads (front, unused)

1 set Bendix StreetRoadTrack (rear)

1 set QFM A1RM (rear)

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(S14 front, requires machine, 29mm)

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(S14 rear, good to go, 9mm)

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(R33 front rotors, good to go, 29mm)

Tial MV-S 38mm external gate, with optional water cooling, brand new, only taken out of the box (which arrived today...) for photos. $400. Firm.

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2860 Hi-flow, journal bearing, .64 rear, with HKS Hard intake, Comp cover, inlet, and outlet all powder coated in textured black. enlarged waste gate port (currently at MTQ being done), less than 10,000k's since rebuild. Never run above 1 bar.

$800 with HKS intake pipe, $600 without.

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(Exhaust housing not pictured, will obviously be included).

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Located in the Northern 'burbs.

Can be contacted on here or on 0408961657. SMS messages will likely be ignored.

Cheers!

Dave.

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